Masked offenders smashed their way into an Auckland Gull petrol station before assaulting the store worker.
The world of art collecting has an air of intimidation, sophistication and a mythical hierarchy.
Pakuranga's Citizens Advice Bureau, in East Auckland, is battling to deal with a surge in desperate people requiring emergency housing.
OBITUARY: Brian Litten, one of Howick Coastguard's longest serving members, has died.
One Auckland historian is trying to get those men who died of war wounds inscribed on war memorials.
More than 200 students will take the stage for an end-of-year recital.
Dare to Unlock the Secret is this year's free Dare to Explore summer reading programme at Auckland Libraries for children aged 5-13.
One Auckland school is working hard to restore the environment surrounding its grounds.
Developers don't want to sacrifice financial gain for affordable Auckland homes, Labour's housing spokesman says.
Eight students' stories have come to life, including Josephine Sim's story, with some help from Keven Mealamu.
Kjane Johnson fondly remembers her family's first Christmas Tree last year thanks to the Salvation Army.
Esmee Myers may be short, but she's stepping up with local stars in the play Nga Puke.
More details of the proposed $27 million aquatic centre at Ormiston Town Centre have been confirmed.
Young Daniel Toms, 11, was up bright and early on November 22 for a day he will never forget.
The sun is out, which means people are preparing the garden.
A seriously injured woman was trapped in her car after a high-speed crash.
OPINION: When the time comes to attribute a cause to this weekend's helicopter crash, we must protect lives.
As Phil Goff announces his bid for Auckland's top job, the city's residents tell us what they want from a new mayor.
OPINION: A big modern city needs a big modern public transport system – as Kiwis see overseas.
The countdown is on to Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park at the Auckland Domain on December 12.